ali nejad jeff gross Last year during the 2021 World Series of Poker, GGPoker announced the signing of high-stakes poker legend Jason Koon . On Tuesday during a presser at the WSOP, the online poker giant made another splash, revealing its newest ambassadors — Jeff Gross and Ali Nejad .
The focus of the newest group of ambassadors is content creation and strong personalities that resonate with poker fans around the world. Both long-time members of the poker community have experience on the felt and providing commentary on livestreamed events.
GGPoker has established a star-studded cast of ambassadors over the past couple of years, led of course by Daniel Negreanu , who became the face of the company in 2019 upon leaving PokerStars, the competing brand he represented for a dozen years.
Sorry, no real money games are currently available in your region, but you can play these Free Online Games Replay Poker ClubGG Poker Team GGPoker is also headlined by Koon, Fedor Holz , Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier , among others. And now, the company has added two new faces you’ve probably seen around the poker community for quite some time. Meet Ali Nejad
Nejad has one of the most familiar voices in poker. Along with announcers such as Norman Chad and Lon McEachern , his commentary has connected the poker boom era with the new school poker era.
The 44-year-old poker enthusiast was the original host of Poker After Dark in the 2000s when it aired on NBC late at night. He’s continued in that role when it moved to PokerGO. The show is now owned by GGPoker, so it makes sense for the poker site to sign Nejad as an ambassador.
“To get in with the likes of GG, and to have a deal that encompasses such a broad scope of opportunity, for me to kind of support their efforts and help bring to fruition the vision they have for being fun and entertaining and lighthearted and not taking themselves too seriously, it is very much my cup of tea,” Nejad told PokerNews .
Nejad has also hosted numerous high roller […]
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